Gabriel Chin

Professor of Law, Public Administration and Policy, University of Arizona

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Gabriel Chin on KCRW

Crucial aspects of Arizona's new immigration law have been  ruled unconstitutional , and they won't go into effect today as scheduled.  But that decision will be appealed and both…

Arizona, the Federal Courts and Illegal Immigration

Crucial aspects of Arizona's new immigration law have been ruled unconstitutional , and they won't go into effect today as scheduled.  But that decision will be appealed and both…

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Crucial provisions of Arizona's new immigration law will not go into effect today as scheduled, but court actions will continue for years.

Federal Judge Puts Much of Arizona’s Immigration Law on Hold

Crucial provisions of Arizona's new immigration law will not go into effect today as scheduled, but court actions will continue for years.

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